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secret plan, a paul ryan plan that would replace the affordable care act. can you give us any intel on what that secret plan is? >> i think it's so secret that it hasn't been developed yet. i think the republicans have -- since we passed the affordable care act back in 2010, they have talked about just repeal. repeal, repeal. then they said repeal and replace. but then they had nothing to replace it with. so it is really a bottomless pit of ideas that never seem to come to the surface in the republican caucus. and i think it's because they really don't want to have a solution for those who have been uninsured. the 45 million americans who are uninsured. that is not who they seek to represent. and they're not interested in finding a way to provide them with health insurance. but mind you, all of us, all of us end up paying when the 45 million are uninsured. because the costs of our premiums sky rocket when the uncompensated care is paid for by the hospitals and the insurers. so we're all in this boat together. and we've got to find a way to not have it sink. and the affordable care a
. they see a political opportunity. we are going to go to paul le page. he said the president doesn't like white people. among several and colorful comments. he had signs on the topic. everybody looking at the negative effects of global warming as he said on transportation. with the ice melting, the northern passages opened up. maybe instead of being at the end of a pipeline, i'm going to stop talking about paul le page because we have breaking news and we will join a special report. >> fellow republicans, nelson mande mandela, the founding president of a democratic nation has departed. he passed on peacefully around 20:50 on the 5th of december. 2013. he is now resting. he is now at peace. our nation has lot of his greatest son. our people have lot of a father. although we knew that this day would come, nothing can diminish our sense of a profound and enduring loss. his struggle for freedom and give him the respect of the world. his humility, his compassion, and his humanity and him they laugh. our thoughts and prayers are with the mandela family. to them we owe a debt of gratitude. they
's a sign of problems. you had bill crystal out touting there is this other alternative, that paul ryan has this awesome version of health care reform that's even better. do you have any idea what that is and when we might be able to see its website? >> well, it's so secret that i can't tell you, joy. but i believe it will be sometime in the next several decades we may hear something from him. because i don't think -- i think they're moving away from offering any sort of a plan. speaker boehner said they hadn't settled on any sort of a plan whatsoever. you have people like jack kingston running for the senate in georgia now saying let's stop waiting around for the law to fall apart. let's make some suggestions, some improvements. and i think you have seen the end of the outright repeal movement. at least in the mainstream. and they're now saying, all right, let's see if we can pick apart certain pieces of this and get it more towards our liking. which, of course, they have been doing the last three years, we would have much more of a consensus on health care in the first place. >> nobody te
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